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"Wife of accused sex slave master from Laclede County MO is charged with conspiracy"

on Friday, 01 April 2011. Posted in Media Updates

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The wife of a man from southwest Missouri who is accused of keeping a young woman as his sex slave is now charged with participating in a sex trafficking conspiracy.  A federal indictment handed up on Wednesday charges Marilyn Bagley, 45, with conspiracy, sex trafficking, forced labor trafficking and document servitude.

The indictment also includes new charges against another defendant, Bradley Cook.  Those charges include attempted tampering with a victim and using an interstate facility in commission of murder for hire.

Marilyn Bagley told a reporter last year that she often slept in the same bed with her husband and his sex slave in their rural trailer near Lebanon.  She said prosecutors threatened to charge her in the case if she didn't testify against her husband. ...

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